Saturday 20 July 2019
This book could raise theological literacy, says Naomi Starkey
12 Jul 2019
Philip Welsh finds this author’s ministerial counsels daunting
THIS is a difficult time of year for those whose dreams of ordination were ended when they were not recommended for training by a bishops’ advisory panel (BAP) (Features, 7 July 2017)
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These parishes serve a sub-urban community and associated rural area to the West of the cathedral city of Lichfield. The Team was created a few years ago to engage in shared mission and ministry.
Our Benefice is just west of Stafford and the four churches cover several rural villages. Farming is the main local activity but there are also significant numbers of commuters who work in the surrounding towns and cities. All our churches are within a 3 mile radius from the rectory, which is in Haughton, the largest village.
We are two lively and growing evangelical churches working together as one Christian family, reaching out to a large parish in Clacton, on Essex’s ‘sunshine coast’. We want to appoint a faithful and dynamic Interim Associate Minister (for 3 years), who will have special responsibility for our ministry to young adults.
We need someone to help us create a new and vibrant Team Ministry in 14 coastline and countryside parishes in Essex.
Church Army is a fast-growing, dynamic organisation which works predominantly with those on the margins; across UK and Ireland there are Church Army Evangelists in post, including in its Centres of Mission, hostels, and in projects such as those that work with young people struggling with issues resulting in self-harm. We are a strong and vibrant community dedicated to serve and we have always sought to show the love of Christ unconditionally to all those who need us.
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